Megan Anderson: I was born in a gay marriage
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Anderson, a gay man, was born into a gay family in 2006 and has been married to his partner, David, since 2004.
In a video posted to his Instagram account last week, he explained that the couple chose to legally wed when they were both 19 years old, citing his parents’ support.
Anderson, who is in his 20s, explained that his parents have since divorced and he has never married anyone of the same sex.
In the video, he says he has always been attracted to women, but he said he has been “totally open” to the idea of marrying someone of the opposite sex.
“I never had the chance to do anything to express that.
I’ve been attracted in the past to women.
But I’ve never done anything to say that,” he said.
“I never felt I was attracted to someone who was straight.
I never felt that way.
And I never wanted to be the same.”
Anderson also said that he has “never had sex with a woman.”
He wrote in the video that he was a “lover” and a “sinner” who “just wanted to have fun.”
He also shared a photo of himself with a man, and a caption reading, “I’ve always been the type of person that enjoys being with people that have feelings for me.”
Anderson has since taken to Instagram to promote the video.
He also spoke at the same conference where the first video was made, in which he said, “In my heart I’ve always felt a special connection to love.
I don’t know how it happened, but I feel like love was in the air when I was young.
I know this because I’ve had a lot of love.
That was always the first time I felt it.
It’s been the only time I’ve felt the love of a woman.
So I’ve loved this for a long time, and I feel it now.”
Anderson, a gay man, was born into a gay family in 2006 and has been married to his partner, David,…
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